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Cameron Robinson | Tackle

Team: Alabama Crimson Tide
Ht / Wt:  6'6' / 323

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Alabama freshman OT Cameron Robinson "has shown flashes of dominance when healthy," according to Scout Inc.'s Steve Muench and Kevin Weidl.
Robinson suffered an ankle injury against Tennessee and hobbled through the LSU game, though the analysts didn't begrudge him, writing that "the fact he didn't miss any time is a reflection of his toughness." Robinson, a five-star recruit, made ESPN’s True Freshman All-America Team. "Listed at 6-6 and 323 pounds, he's an aggressive drive-blocker with the strength to move defenders off the ball and finish," Muench and Weidl wrote. "While he gets caught lunging at times, he has the length, anchor and foot speed to stone pass-rushers in pass protection." Dec 19 - 8:32 PM

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Crimson Tide freshman LT Cameron Robinson makes ESPN’s True Freshman All-America Team.

"Everyone expected big things from Robinson as a recruit, but starting every game as a freshman left tackle? At Alabama? That's impressive, and Robinson only figures to become a more dominant performer as he gains experience," wrote ESPN.com. The freshman tackle was a five-star recruit out of Louisiana and has the potential to grow into a star for Alabama.
Source: ESPN.com
Dec 15 - 2:31 PM

Head coach Nick Saban noted that Crimson Tide freshman LT Cameron Robinson (shoulder) is expected to play against Missouri.

The 6-foot-6 Robinson has started and played in every game for the Crimson Tide, he has also been dealing with an ankle injury that he injured against Tennessee. The Crimson Tide prospect injured his shoulder in Alabama's 55-44 win over Auburn last week.
Dec 5 - 2:11 PM

Head coach Nick Saban noted that Crimson Tide freshman LT Cameron Robinson (ankle) remains day to day.

"Cam's going to try to do some stuff today," Saban told Al.com. "We're hopeful he'll be able to practice tomorrow. When guys get hurt like this, you have to see the day-to-day reaction to see how they'll perform and it will be that way in this case." The 6-foot-6, 323-pound freshman injured his shoulder in Alabama's 55-44 win over Auburn on Saturday. Even though Robinson has started and played in every game for the Crimson Tide, he has dealt with an ankle injury that he sustained versus Tennessee. The freshman tackle was a five-star recruit out of Louisiana and has the potential to grow into a star for Alabama.
Source: Al.com
Dec 1 - 2:12 PM

Alabama color commentator Phil Savage believes Crimson Tide freshman LT Cameron Robinson has "the tools to be a future first-round draft pick."

The former Browns GM told Sports Illustrated's Inside Read that Robinson was Alabama's best offensive lineman. "[Robinson]’s also inexperienced and has gone through growing pains this season," noted Inside Read. Robinson's been nursing an ankle injury as of late. He's a huge human being at 6-foot-6, 323 pounds. The freshman was a five-star recruit out of Louisiana and has the potential to grow into a star.
Nov 12 - 4:56 PM

Alabama freshman LT Cameron Robinson (ankle) has been cleared to play against LSU.

"Doc gave him an examination yesterday after practice and cleared him to play in the game," Saban said on his Thursday-night radio show. "He practiced the whole time today." Just two weeks ago the 6-foot-6, 323-pound true freshman went down with a high-ankle sprain. Unfortunately for LSU, The Crimson Tide get there left tackle back. Robinson has been Alabama's most consistent offensive lineman through the first eight games of the season.
Source: Al.com
Nov 7 - 3:36 PM

Alabama freshman LT Cameron Robinson (ankle) is considered day-to-day.

Head Coach Nick Saban wouldn't rule Robinson out for Saturday's tilt with LSU. "As we increase the workload," Saban said, "[Robinson's status] will be based on how his ankle responds." The 6-foot-6, 323-pound true freshman has been a consistent positive factor in blocking this season. Should his ankle respond poorly, Austin Shepard will most likely move from right tackle to left tackle, while Grant Hill (non-basketball version) will take over on the left.
Source: ESPN.com
Nov 5 - 5:39 PM

Alabama HC Nick Saban noted that freshman LT Cameron Robinson (ankle) has not been ruled out of Saturday's game vs. LSU.

"If he continues to make progress, he could be a guy who is available for the game," Saban told Al.com. Just over a week ago the Crimson tide prospect was diagnosed with a high ankle sprain, in which Saban said would take a "couple of weeks" for his return. The 6-foot-6, 323-pound Robinson has been Alabama's most consistent offensive lineman through the first eight games of the season.
Source: Al.com
Nov 3 - 2:37 PM

Alabama HC Nick Saban noted that freshman LT Cameron Robinson has a high ankle sprain and will be sidelined for a "couple of weeks."

Robinson suffered the injury during the third quarter of Alabama's win over Tennessee on Saturday. At the moment, Saban has not offered any other information on Robinson's injury. The 6-foot-6, 320-pound Robinson, was a five-star prospect out of high school and is currently one of college football's best freshman offensive linemen.
Source: Al.com
Oct 27 - 3:05 PM

Alabama freshman LT Cameron Robinson received a +6.1 grade from Pro Football Focus against Florida.

1.6 of that grade was attributed to pass protection, with 3.6 as a run blocker. We usually like to wait to crown prospects, but Robinson has all the makings of a future high NFL draft pick. He can move his man in the running game or work out in space when asked to.
Sep 22 - 11:06 AM

Alabama true freshman T Cameron Robinson is the early favorite to replace Cyrus Kouandjio as the starting left tackle in 2014.

In fact, he sits atop the depth chart at the moment, and has since spring practices concluded. The 6-foot-6, 320 pounder was the nation's top OT prospect in the 2014 class and the No. 17 overall prospect. Head coach Nick Saban hasn't been afraid to start young players in the past, though inserting a true freshman to protect a new QB's blind side in the SEC comes with obvious risk.
Source: NFL.com
May 19 - 8:21 PM

Top 2014 OL recruit Cameron Robinson chose Alabama over his home state school LSU.

Obviously verbal commitments are non-binding, but Alabama has a pretty good success rate with these things. The massive offensive lineman plans on graduating in December and will enroll in January. We expect current left tackle Cyrus Kouandjio to jettison to the NFL, with his brother Arie possible taking over on that side. Head coach Nick Saban hasn't been afraid to start young players in the past, so Robinson has a chance.
Source: Rivals
Wed, Sep 4, 2013 02:05:00 PM